We are real estate investors who specialize in the art of investing
in the deeply distressed communities of major cities and regaining them back to society.
Although we are classified as real estate investors,
we consider our work to be sociological and
We remove the career criminal elements in a community, whether it be gangs, drug dealers, or human traffickers, and significantly improve the service provided to the remaining lower-income community in the area.
We do this by exercising the “broken glass” theory, stating that if all broken windows are repaired, criminals will avoid a well-maintained property and leave to seek an easier target.
We completely renovate the apartment complexes we acquire, and we gain the trust of the local community with a sincere handshake and eye contact, and daily conversations, showing them the respect they do not regularly receive.
This used to be the American culture, we are simply reviving it.
We regularly give out thousands of shoes, backpacks, and meals to children and families in various areas of the city and organize community events consistently at all our properties to nurture a community culture.
We hire unskilled, inexperienced staff and teach them how to be caring, responsible community leaders.
We solve crime problems through community development and building relationships with the city and police, and of course, if needed, we have well-trained private security with K-9s who are all veterans.